Atlanta CEO

Atlanta CEO Council Celebrates 18 Years

This year, the Atlanta CEO Council marks 18 years of fostering CEO success through the cultivation of exceptional business leaders. Throughout our history, empowering CEOs to excel has been, and remains, our core mission.  Out of curiosity, we looked up the meaning of the number 18 and found that the number has to do with […]

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A Strategic Guide to Effective Management

#OBISeries speaker highlights management skills for leadership Most companies aren’t getting the maximum value from the execution of their business strategies, according to Karen D. Walker, president and principle consultant at  Oneteam Consulting, a global expert at exploiting unrealized organizational growth potential. As an early employee and vice president at Compaq Computer Corporation where she was responsible […]

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Atlanta CEOs Support Entrepreneurs and Junior Achievement

Celebrate with Atlanta’s CEOs and Entrepreneurs The Atlanta CEO Council is celebrating the end of 2014 with a special Holiday Event on December 8 to support our next generation of entrepreneurs with Junior Achievement of Georgia.  Through our  involvement in building JA’s Chick-Fil-A Foundation Discovery Center, we have impacted the lives of 32,000 students, more than […]

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Georgia Tech People and Technology Forum 2014

Georgia Tech’s Institute for People and Technology hosts its annual People & Technology Forum on November 11-12, 2014 at the Georgia Tech Global Learning Center. Atlanta CEO Council members receive a 50% discount by using the code IPATCEO14 at  http://ipatforum.gatech.edu. You must register by October 31 for the discount. This 2014 Forum will focus on “Connected Life” with keynotes and panel discussions providing thought-provoking […]

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Leadership and Multi-Gen Workers

Executive leadership challenge: leading a multi-generational workforce. Do you sense that the generation gap in the workplace is wider than ever? Every generation has distinct work habits and priorities that often seem very much at odds to each other. According to Dr. Debby Cannon, Director of the School of Hospitality in the Robinson College of […]

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